Counter-surveillance iPhone app Catchr released

Cluj-Napoca, Romania – Catchr, the app that secretly detects intrusions. Nordlogic Software is proud to announce the release of Catchr, the first iPhone application that allows users to detect if their phone has been used by somebody else while out of sight. It does this by monitoring applications that have been started or terminated while also recording the duration of the actions that took place during the owners absence.

Maybe you are away from your phone for a minute while having a coffee with a friend, or taking the garbage out at home. With Catchr, you can find out if your friend or someone in your immediate circle has invaded your privacy by reading emails, Facebook/Whatsapp messages or accessing other applications. Catchr provides a passcode lock feature that makes sure you are the only one who can access the information collected.

Initially, Catchr will allow you to find out in a subtle way whether your doubts about certain people are justified or not. In the long run, it will act as a deterrent, so that information that should be private stays private.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPad Air
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 17.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Catchr 1.0.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. From the very first day after launch, Catchr already gained users’ interest, generating thousands of Twitter/Facebook reactions and ranking in the AppStore Top 10 in countries like USA, UK, Canada, Germany or Australia.

Catchr 1.0.0
Purchase and Download
YouTube Video (Promo)
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Press Kit (zip)

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